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Activists ask Seoul for info on K-Water

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Environmental and grassroot groups opposing the government's 350-billion-baht water management scheme have called on the South Korean government to support public monitoring of the scheme. 

South Korean firm Korea Water resources Cooperation, or K-Water, is taking part in the scheme, having won the bid for the most lucrative project.

Eleven organisations, gathered under the name of the River Basins Network, sent an open letter to South Korean President Park Geun-hye via the South Korean embassy in Bangkok on Sunday, asking Seoul to disclose information about K-Water.

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